One of three variants (item colour) of an animation I created for Imela, commissioned by Rocket Communications. The case was modelled in Cinema 4D using physical case for reference. The case was then rigged and animated in Cinema 4D to show all the possible positions for use.
Usually when I come across some of my artwork used elsewhere/improperly, or without permission, I pursue the infringer for their cheek, and in some circumstances, seek renumeration for an unauthorised usage (FAQ on this subject coming soon!).
After many months without a proper update, and having not been overly happy with my previous choice of WordPress theme, I finally took a couple of days to source a new look, and start the slightly daunting task of creating and importing new galleries/portfolios.
The Zomajet growth hormone animation I produced for Lime, and its accompanying information package have won a Gold craft award at the PM Society Awards of 2015. Apparently the animation is going down very well with the children who have received it! 🙂 https://pmsociety.org.uk/awards/pm/2015/results/patient-support
In the interests of creating a new, fresher and up to date website in March, I demolished the old one and set about creating its replacement! Unfortunately, I didn’t have the time to complete it having become very busy with commercial projects ever since.
I recently completed work on a 7 minute animation for the Lime design agency, which was an interesting deviation of styles and processes for me, since I was tasked with creating a 2D animation, but using my usual 3D toolset (Cinema 4D). The animation demonstrates
I recently completed a project for Apical, for their ART technology. ART uses advanced sensors to create your own digital avatar, to which your devices & your smart home network respond The tech unifies and enables diverse smart devices in providing seamless, accurate and predictable responses to your needs Below is one ‘layer’ from the series of drawings I created. a full project page/link coming soon. Check out the tech here: www.apical.co.uk
The Times newspaper published an article on the possibility of humans living in space, aboard a ‘living spaceship’ as they called it. They contacted me to use my New Eden image, since this depicts such an environment. This concept is
I heard about a revolutionary material undergoing research called Graphene. It seams likely this might make this concept I designed/illustrated (or something like it with flexible display technology), a reality!? – Watch this space!